Armie Lewis successfully represents plaintiffs and defendants in litigation in federal and state courts nationwide. His practice spans a wide variety of practice areas including financial matters, energy disputes, real estate litigation, personal injury, investigations, civil rights litigation, trademark litigation, appeals, and probate disputes. Armie plays a significant role in every matter. The common thread among each of his cases – he takes the time to thoroughly understand the subject matter involved in the case at hand so he can fight for the best outcome for his clients.
Armie was inspired to pursue a career in the law because of his father, who maintained his own practice. He saw the ways his father used his law practice to help those around him. This has led Armie to do the same. Regardless of the size of the dispute, Armie prides himself on using the same diligence, creativity, and efficiency to obtain a favorable result.Read More
Armie’s understanding of how to advocate for clients’ rights regardless of what side of the “v.” they’re situated is credited to mentorship he received as a law clerk for federal judges. After law school, Armie clerked for Chief Judge Carl E. Stewart of the United States Court of Appeals for Fifth Circuit and Judge Ed Kinkeade of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas. During law school, Armie also was a legal extern for Judge Frank M. Hull of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit and Judge Amy Totenberg of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. These experiences have allowed Armie to see first-hand how important decisions are made by judges.
Armie received an M.B.A. from Dallas Baptist University and leverages this business training to formulate effective arguments and strategy for his clients. While at Emory University School of Law, Armie served as Editor-in-Chief of the Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal that publishes materials focusing on emerging bankruptcy topics. On the Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal, Armie also received the Keith J. Shapiro Award for Excellence in Consumer Bankruptcy Writing.
A former college basketball player, Armie enjoys watching basketball and being around all aspects of the game. He also enjoys spending time with family and trying new restaurants. Armie is additionally an active alumnus of Dallas Baptist University where he serves on the Alumni Board.